Nicolai Lorenz-Meyer, M.Sc.

I studied Engineering Science (M.Sc.) at the Technical University of Berlin and Business Administration and Engineering for Environment and Sustainability (B.Eng.) at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences and the Berlin School of Economics and Law. I had the opportunity to study and conduct research at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan, Iran, and in India.

During my studies I focused on Systems and Control Theory and worked as a Student Assistant for the Chair of Measurement and Control at the TU Berlin.

I am personally convinced that a fast transition towards renewable energies is necessary and glad to conduct research in this fascinating field.

My current research interests include the development of control theory-based methods for dynamic state and parameter estimation in power systems.

N. Lorenz-Meyer, R. Suchantke, and J.Schiffer
"Dynamic state and parameter estimation in multi-machine power systems - Experimental demonstration using real-world PMU-measurements"
Control Engineering Practice 135 (2023): 105491

N. Lorenz-Meyer, R. Suchantke and J Schiffer
"PMU-based dynamic state and parameter estimation for dynamic security assessment in power systems - Ultimate boundedness in the presence of measurement noise"
Power Supply Transformation - Grid Regulation and System Stability; 14. ETG/GMA-Symposium, VDE (2022)

N. Lorenz-Meyer, A. Bobtsov, R. Ortega, N. Nikolaev, and J. Schiffer,
"PMU-based decentralised mixed algebraic and dynamic state observation in multi-machine power systems",
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution, vol. 14, no. 25, pp. 6267–6275, 2020,

N. Lorenz‐Meyer,  R. Menzel, K. Dadzis, A. Nikiforova, H. Riemann
"Lumped Parameter Model for Silicon Crystal Growth from Granulate Crucible",
Crystal Research and Technology, 55, 2020, Art. No. 2000044,

A. Bobtsov, R. Ortega, N. Nikolaev, M. N. L. Lorenz-Meyer and J. Schiffer,
"State Observation of Power Systems Equipped with Phasor Measurement Units: The Case of Fourth Order Flux-Decay Model",
in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,

Anwendung von Ansätzen des Machine-Learnings zur Parameterschätzung von Synchrongeneratoren,
Philipp Christian Buschmann, M.Sc.

Investigation of Dynamic Model Validation Strategies for 50Hertz Transmission GmbH Using DIgSILENT PowerFactory,
Saleh Momenzadeh, M.Sc.

Modeling and Control of Grid-Connected Inverters in Matlab/Simulink,
Slavomíra Schneidereit, B.Sc.